Hundreds of firms demand mandatory nature risk disclosure rules ahead of COP15 talks

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Around 330 corporates call on global heads of state to ensure mandatory nature risk rules form part of UN global nature loss treaty set to be discussed at COP15 summit in December

All large businesses and financial institutions should be made to assess and disclose their impacts and dependencies on biodiversity by 2030 in a bid to help halt and reverse nature loss. That is the...

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